Title on cover: The Pennsylvania Museum. Memorial Hall, Fairmount Park. Bulletin. Published Quarterly by the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art, Philadelphia. Subscription, one dollar a year. July 1918
Volume No. 62
Publisher Philadelphia, PA: Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art
Possible copyright status Not in copyright
Digitizing sponsor LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
Book contributor University of the Arts (Philadelphia), University Libraries
Collection uarts; americana
Notes Title is on Cover.
"School Notes" on pages 42-46. Largely a discussion of war-related school activities, including cooperating with a school for occupational therapy (p. 43) and work done for the National Security League (pp. 43-44). Page 43: "The [PMSIA] Alumni Business Bureau has received over seventy requests within the last six weeks for students to do drafting, lettering and tracing in the various government and other establishments doing war work. Besides this, a demand has also arisen for women workers, as they have been found particularly successful in the more delicate joinery, and several of our women graduates have accepted positions at League Island [Philadelphia Navy Yard], where the Naval Air Craft Factory expects to employ for the summer months between twenty and thirty of our undergraduates at a salary of from $80 to $100 a month. The Dupont works, Wilmington, has made a similar offer for ten students..."